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Kim Kardashian’s platinum hair got a little shorter and her style got a little more ’60s. The reality star is in Milan ahead of Dolce & Gabbana’s show tomorrow, and paparazzi captured her dressed up in a gem-embellished catsuit while arriving at the design house’s office yesterday and in a white mini dress today. Kardashian’s once long, sleek platinum hair was curled and medium length in a subtle hair change.
Kardashian spoke to Interview magazine earlier this month about her blonde hair (it’s temporary), her style, and what she considers her talent to be.
The platinum is really a summer thing, she revealed: “I am keeping it for a little bit,” she said. “I feel like in the fall I’ll go dark, just because I don’t want to damage my hair. But, I do think blondes have more fun. I just feel different.”
With the clothes she wears now, “I trust myself in the sense of, I know what looks good, and I know what makes me feel really uncomfortable,” she said. “But, every once in a while, someone will be like, ‘Trust me. This looks good.’ Sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesn’t, and you just have to roll with it. It’s not that serious. I care a lot, but I also can’t let it consume me. Sometimes there’s bad angles, bad lighting. You can’t control it all.”
As for her talent—and her joking she has none, Kardashian explained, “I think it came from people saying, ‘What are you famous for?’ And I’m like, ‘Well, we have a TV show.’ But just because we’re not singing and dancing and acting on the show doesn’t mean that the fame didn’t come from that. But then, I would write that as a hashtag, not bad for a girl with no talent, because people used to be like, ‘Well, what do you do? What’s your talent?’ And I’m like, ‘Didn’t know I needed one.’ I mean, I can give you a million fucking talents. I can cook well, use my toes for anything. I could tell you the weirdest fucking shit on the planet. But I think my talent is marketing and the business behind selling products and knowing what the customer wants and making it feel attainable, but also a bit unattainable at the same time. I wouldn’t say that’s a talent. I think it’s a bit of magic and business savvy. Maybe it is talent, I don’t know.” You can read her full interview here.
Alyssa Bailey is the senior news and strategy editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage of celebrities and royals (particularly Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton). She previously held positions at InStyle and Cosmopolitan. When she’s not working, she loves running around Central Park, making people take #ootd pics of her, and exploring New York City.